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grip safety question

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by dave333, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. dave333

    dave333

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    Is there anyway to lighten the pressure needed to depress the grip safety on a new 1911. Mine seems to be on the stiff side and it is affecting my accuracy, causing me to shoot low.

    The way I naturally hold a 1911, two handed, there seems to be a void where the grip safety bump is, and it seems to take much more effort to depress it when shooting. When I pull the trigger it actually pulls the safety into my hand slightly to fully engage it, and the shot breaks low.

    The other 1911's I have shot had much easier depressing grip safeties and I shot them fine. I dont want to change my grip since I am very accurate with my Glock and Beretta, so if there is a way to lighten one up please let me know.

    Thanks.
     

  2. Quack

    Quack Rent this space

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    NE Ohio
    adjust the right leaf of the sear spring.
    just make sure that there's enough tension to move the GS to block the trigger.